Drop off: Tuesday, April 25th + Wednesday, April 26th
10am to 4pm in the Art Gallery, located at 1307 Euclid Ave.
(entrace at side door on East 13th street)
Opening Reception: Friday, May 5th, 5 to 8PM
Requirements to Enter Juried Exhibition:
-All CSU students are eligible to participate
-Students may submit up to 4 pieces in any medium, size, or subject matter
-All works must have been produced in this past year
-Works must be ready to hang (matted/ framed/ with proper hanging hardware attached)
-All works will be sold as displayed
If you have any questions see Tim in the gallery or call 216-687-2317
Mishka Henner, Artist Lecture
Saturday, March 25, 2017 @ 2pm
Cleveland Museum of Art
Download PDF of flyer: Mishka Henner
Learn more about Mishka Henner’s internet photography:
February 26 – July 30, 2017
Cleveland Museum of Art
Mark Schwartz and Bettina Katz Photography Gallery | Gallery 230
Louis Draper and Leonard Freed: Two photographers – one black, one white – look at life during the civil rights era. Both artists were incredibly talented formalists who put that skill at the service of expression. They also shared a goal: to create dignified depictions of African Americans that portrayed them not as victims or heroes but as individuals.
Please read these jurors’ statements about a past Student Art Show. While they both point out the strength of the photography work, they were really down on the overall presentation and lack of craftsman ship in the work submitted. While this has been less of an issue in more recent exhibitions.
PDF: Jurors presentation
The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Department of Photography seeks an intern to research works in the collection, particularly recent acquisitions of work by Magnum photographers as well as proposed acquisitions. The intern will also assist in the preparation of temporary exhibitions. For 2017/18, the department’s upcoming exhibitions include one about images of African American life in the 1960s by Louis Draper and Leonard Freed and another about American photography in the 1930s. The intern may assist with the organization of lectures and artists’ visits, work on art and artist research, and help prepare other exhibition or publication related material. The ideal candidate will already have some knowledge of the history of photography and excellent computer research skills. Foreign language skills a plus.
Application Materials: a 500-word essay detailing what you hope to gain from this internship, a résumé that includes employment and education; a writing sample not longer than 3 pages in length, and at least one letter of recommendation.
Application deadline is March 1, 2017.